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TikToker Takes Scammer On Hilariously Wild Ride After They Try To Scam Money Out Of Her
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A woman immediately knew she was being taken for a ride when a scammer attempted to drain her funds.

But instead of ignoring the suspicious message instructing her to deposit some money from a payment she allegedly received, she took them on a hilarious detour.

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TikToker Jody, a.k.a. @jordynnalexis, was told to "deduct" $400 and to send an undisclosed vendor the rest of the amount in order for her to receive "equipment."

"Some scammer thought they could scam me but lil did they know I'm nuts," wrote Jody in the text overlay for the video containing screenshots of their alleged texts.

Let the wacky storytelling commence.

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DISCLAIMER: I am in NO way making fun of DID, I understand it’s a very serious mental health condition. I just needed the scammer to leave me alone😅 (it worked) #greenscreen #scammers #scam #textreaction #fypシ #foryoupage

Jody negotiated to have extra money for gas to go to the bank so she could go to Ulta after, and the scammer agreed.

She then detailed her stops along the way–including a visit to Applebee's where she said she spent $57 on her lunch.

When the scammer asked why she spent so much money, Jody blamed it on her DID (disassociation disorder) and said "Patricia" was the culprit for spending the money.

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In the post's caption, Jody wrote a disclaimer for viewers of the video, explaining she was not intending to make light of the split personality disorder.

"I understand it’s a very serious mental health condition," she wrote, adding, "I just needed the scammer to leave me alone😅 (it worked)"

The scammer then directed her to go to Walmart where she could purchase a prepaid card to send to them.

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Jody strung the scammer along to fabricate more calamity that delayed her assigned task.

She told them she was being watched because the store employees were aware of Patricia's penchant for shoplifting.

She then became distracted by a T-shirt she just "had to grab" and even asked if the scammer wanted one as well, to which they declined.

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And when the scammer asked her to take a front and back photo of the prepaid card for them, the TikToker feigned ignorance and sent them a photo of the back of the T-shirt she had mentioned earlier.

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Next, she sent the requested photo of the card but said she told the employee she didn't need a receipt, to which the scammer insisted she "must collect the receipt."

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More nonsense ensued, and she continued the ruse about Patricia's kleptomaniacal tendency.

Jody said she, or "Patricia," was apprehended after stealing the T-shirt for the scammer "to make up for Applebee's mistake."

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The final screenshot of the alleged texts between Jody and the scammer was her asking:

"Good morning, just wondering when I will receive my next payment?”

But seeing as there was no response from the once active scammer, it appeared they got off the crazy roller coaster ride and possibly moved on to claim a more gullible victim.

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A confused TikToker asked for someone to elaborate on the confusing scam.

One user wrote:

"The check comes back as bad, the bank takes the money back out of your account. But now you lost the money because you sent it to the person already."

Another explained:

"They send you a fake check . You are supposed to deposit and you get '$400 for your time.' You’re suppose to buy them gift cards with the remaining 1k."
"Then when you do you are out 1k and the check bounces."

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Keep vigilante out there folks. These types of schemes are on the rise and ready to take advantage of unsuspecting social media users.

And if you're a major retail chain or grocery store like Kroger, you may want to be on the lookout for Patricia.

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